The official rate of leu to the euro for the first time in almost 3 years fell below the psychological mark of 20 lei for one euro.

The official rate of leu to the euro for the first time in almost 3 years fell below the psychological mark of 20 lei for one euro.

In particular, the National Bank of Moldova set an official exchange rate for May 3 at the level of 19.9136 lei per euro, which is 10.25 bani less than today's official rate of 20.0161 lei for the euro. It should be noted that for the last time the official exchange rate was below the level of 20 lei for the euro was June 3, 2015, when it was 19,9934 lei for one euro. Since the beginning of this year, the leu against the euro has already strengthened by 2.4%, which is more than for the whole of last year. As previously reported by InfoMarket, the Moldovan leu in 2017 strengthened against the euro by 2.3%. The official exchange rate of the leu against the euro as of January 1, 2017 was 20.8895 lei for 1 euro, and as of December 31, 2017 (January 1, 2018) - 20.4099 lei. // 02.05.2018 - InfoMarket.

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